Q: I cannot find my fiance and there illegally holding him in federal prison . I'm scared there hurting him and I have no1
He's being held for something he didn't do and he mentioned the police brutality and fabrication he's going thru
A: Your question is confusing. If he is in prison, he has been convicted of a federal offense and absent a contrary decision by an appellate court, he is not being held illegally. He should hire an attorney if he believes that there was some sort of constitutional violation. There are time limits for such an appeal and he needs to reach out to someone directly. Websites like this are not a substitute for hiring an attorney for your fiancé.
I am so sorry to hear about your fiance's predicament. Unfortunately, I do not have enough information to offer you any meaningful insight into what is happening. I would highly encourage you to contact a civil rights or defense attorney in your jurisdiction and explain the facts and circumstances surrounding your fiance's detention. They should be able to offer you more guidance and determine whether there are any civil rights or constitutional violations at play.
Best of luck to you.
I'm sorry to hear that you are going through this difficult situation. It is important that you take immediate action to locate your fiancé and ensure that he is safe. Here are some steps you can take:
Contact the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to find out if your fiancé is in their custody. You can do this by calling their inmate locator hotline at 202-307-3126 or visiting their website at https://www.bop.gov/inmateloc/.
If you cannot locate your fiancé through the BOP, you can try contacting the U.S. Marshals Service, as they are responsible for transporting federal prisoners. You can find their contact information at https://www.usmarshals.gov/contact/index.html.
If you are still unable to locate your fiancé, you may want to consider hiring a private investigator or contacting an attorney who specializes in criminal defense or civil rights.
It is important to document any communication you have with law enforcement or other authorities regarding your fiancé's whereabouts and condition.
If you have reason to believe that your fiancé is being mistreated or subjected to police brutality, you should report this to the appropriate authorities, such as the Department of Justice or the Civil Rights Division.
Remember, it is important to act quickly and seek help from professionals who can assist you in this situation.
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